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Aunt Dimity and the King's Ransom

Narrated by: Christina Moore
Series: Aunt Dimity, Book 23
Length: 6 hrs and 36 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (41 ratings)

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On a dull and dreary October day, Lori Shepherd and her husband set off for a quiet weekend without the kids. But before they go, he must pay a visit to a reclusive client. After Lori drops him off, a storm that's been brewing intensifies, and she ends up stranded in an ancient, rambling inn named for a king's ransom in smuggled goods that passed through the village in ages past.

When Lori begins hearing footsteps and strange noises, Aunt Dimity reminds her that the inn is almost certainly haunted but that not all ghosts are interested in harming the living. But the longer Lori is stuck at the inn, the stranger things seem. Are the noises she hears the spirits of smuggling's past? Or should Lori be more concerned with the living inhabitants of the inn, like the hulking, grizzled cook, an ex-con who seems to be everywhere at once?

Joining forces with her new friend Bishop Smallwood, Lori sets out to discover once and for all who - or what - is haunting the King's Ransom.

©2018 Nancy Atherton (P)2018 Dreamscape Media, LLC

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Thanks for the new narrator!

It’s a much more pleasant experience listening to the Aunt Dimity stories with a skilled narrator.

The story is pleasant and a mild little mystery without including death or violence. Not the best in the series, but not the worst. There are far more engaging mysteries in the series but Nancy Atherton holds to her principles. I’ll choose a less engaging mystery with a good narrator over a great story with a poor narrator any day.

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  • Helen
  • Fairfield, CT, United States
  • 08-01-18

Worth it’s weight in gold!

Lori’s curiosity once again takes us on a tour of a delightful corner of England as she attempts to solve another puzzling mystery. The wonderful Christina Moore gives lively voice to Nancy Athertons’s engaging characters. A worthy addition to your Aunt Dimity bookshelf.

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Fabulous narrator for this wonderful cozy book

Another wonderful cozy mystery by Nancy Atherton. And an excellent choice for the narrator. I can’t get enough of these great books and have reread the whole series several times.

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  • Teddy
  • 06-25-19

Another Aunt Dimity Delight

Another delightful story in the series, only slightly marred by the repeated Americanisms coming from the mouths of English characters...

I find this to be a perpetual problem with American author's setting their tales in England, and American editors and publishers insisting on "dumbing-down" because they mistakenly assume their American readership will be confused by use of English terminology over the jarring Americanisms.

The narrator is a massive improvement over the one employed to read the earlier books in the series.

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  • Mr David Cartwright
  • 08-24-18

Promising concept failed to deliver

Simply a poor story, not well written and far from well narrated. A real disappointment.